Hally makes fine, pop, and wearable art. Her clients include the Whitney Museum of American Art, Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Nicola Formichetti, Bre Pettis, Charles Desmarais, Charles Ardai, and Patsy Kahn. Her work has been photographed by Terry Richardson and Nick Knight and appeared in Playgirl, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Teen Vogue, New York, Paper, Complex, and Bitch Magazines.
Hally was the winner of the 2010 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition and her 2011 runway show on the High Line was named one of the nine highlights of New York Fall Fashion Week by Entertainment Weekly.
Before segueing into visual art, Hally was a Broadway and television actress for 30 years with principal roles in Annie and Peter Pan. She recorded the hit Christmas single, “Let Me Be Annie for Christmas” when she was 8, was seen on the soap opera “As the World Turns,” and was featured in a commercial for cable television with Michael Jackson. She studied philosophy at Columbia University and Shakespeare at the British American Drama Academy, Balliol College, Oxford.
Hally served on the board of directors of the Isles of Shoals Association, Porstmouth, NH for ten years and has raised over $10,000 for cancer charities running the NYC, Paris, Berlin, and Boston marathons. In November 2012, Hally co-founded Flood the Art Market, raising $13,000 for NYFA’s Emergency Relief Fund, helping artists affected by Hurricane Sandy with shows at Miami Basel and the Cristin Tierney Gallery in Chelsea.
In September of 2016 Hally and composer Joe McGinty premiered their new musical, “Upping My Numbers” at Dixon Place as part of their Works in Progress series. The show is now in residency at Pangea, the alt-cabaret supper club on the Lower East Side. The musical tells the story of Hally's sex life, partner by partner, and takes place entirely in her bed.